Hunt Club with Phillip Culpepper
The Queen Is Dead | 'Bama Birds and Hogs | Hunt Club
Season 1, Episode 42 • 8m 44s
S1.E42. Not much deer season is left, but the guys are trying to make the most of it. Phillip Culpepper heads over to some Alabama property for the last scouting mission of the year.
He relives some good memories from Spring Thunder on the property, but a lot has changed since then. So, he makes the best of it and plans a new start like Roger Culpepper did this year. Roger has some close encounters with big bucks and even closer encounters with big hogs. Shots fired.
0:05 Culpepper gears up for one of his final outings of the year.
0:45 He reflects on how much the land can change in a short amount of time.
3:00 We see a past hunt that Roger recently had.
4:45 Then, Roger goes to war on the wild hogs.
7:00 Culpepper closes out the episode.
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